Maxim supports expansion with purchase of 51 Grove cranes

Maxim Crane Works, a leader in North American crane rentals, has purchased a mix of high capacity rough-terrain cranes, five-axle all-terrain cranes and six-axle all-terrain cranes.

After a recent expansion of seven new locations across the United States, Maxim looks to provide new customers with cranes needed for any job.

“We evaluated each category of our current rental fleet and analyzed research data and conversations with our customers to determine what cranes they would need to meet their lifting needs for the next five years. Based on the data, we feel that the combination of large RT cranes and AT cranes from Grove will enable us to maximize our uptime, increase our ‘rental readiness’ and provide the equipment that would be most versatile throughout the entire Maxim footprint,” said Bryan Carlisle, CEO of Maxim. 

Maxim will receive the cranes from this 51 Grove crane order over the next 12-24 months.

Also, in March, Maxim placed an order for two Manitowoc MLC650 crawler cranes, which will arrive in 2021. 

“We are confident that the addition of these new units along with our existing fleet and footprint will allow Maxim Crane to continuously evolve and support our ever-changing customer needs,” Carlisle continues.

“Our company is focused on continuous improvement and forward-looking vision to ensure that we are able to support the customers we have today as well as the future needs of industrial, renewable energy and infrastructure expansion in the U.S.” 

This investment in Grove cranes by Maxim Crane Works conveys a confidence in the reliability and longevity of Grove’s products.

“We are committed to investing in the future and providing our team and customers with the best support equipment, facilities, safety practices and personnel available in the industry. Bryan and our team evaluated each product available and determined that the combination of GRT8100, GRT8120, GRT9165, GMK5150L, GMK5250XL-1, and GMK6300L models would be a perfect addition to our fleet,” says Frank Bardonaro, COO of Maxim.